EXHIBITION SPACE TO LEANING FOR CHILDREN SCIENCE MUSEUM
A study of the guideline for exhibition arrangement to promote the learning of children in the science museum aimed to; 1) arrange the high-quality science exhibition, 2) find the guideline for exhibition arrangement that 5 senses of the audience could be applied for learning, and 3) To arrange the exhibition to promote learning in the digital era. This study was qualitative research. Data were gathered from the related literature, theory, document, research, and academic article as the secondary source. It emphasized the survey of behavior, learning activity, and in-depth interview. Data were synthesized by the classification and presented the guideline for exhibition arrangement to promote the learning of children in the science museum.
The findings revealed that the concept of “From Past to Future” compared the audience to the explorer learning science through time in the science museum by applying the 5 senses (eyes, ears, nose, tongue, skin, and muscle) for learning and understanding through direct experience. The architectural design in color, shape, furniture, and free space arrangement from the entrance to the exit facilitates the high-quality learning of the audience, and is the guideline for exhibition arrangement that reflex the knowledge effectively.